9th Mar 2006
Ajax Tabs looks pretty cool (and what AJAX stuff isn't?) and is clearly influenced by the well-know Sliding Doors technique for making slick-looking navigation. However, these two techniques don't actually do the same thing. Ajax Tabs wouldn't really be much use for a main navigation; it would be much better for... ?
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30 AJAX tutorials
A list of 30 tutorials on AJAXy stuff like Using XMLHttpRequest with php and mysql, AJAX Drag and Drop and AJAX File Uploader. [...]
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Ajax, Ajax Everywhere
Derek Powazek shares his thoughts about Ajax. [...]
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